Reading a book on ethics written by a Brahmin.
He gives a snap shot into various philosophies. Indian and Western. Western Philosophy he states the tenets and criticism. Indian philosophy though, I don't see any criticism.

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@Vishsai @Lawandemotions there was a phase in life where I read every philosophical text out there, more as means to challenge my own views and secondary as a means to study and understand.

I found that most views on society, particularly equality, came from empathetic philosophers. While others, who came from privilege fell back to using logic as a means to justify their stance. Actually I found more meaning in fiction writers like Ursula Le Guin, Herman Hesse, than traditional philosophers.

@Lawandemotions am a Brahmin & am not surprised at this. There is a wellknown Gujarati comic we used to listen, also a Brahmin & every program of his involved the same Indian & Western culture angle. But its not just limited to Brahmins this hiding behind sanskaars & blaming foreign culture act,others lap it up eagerly too. I guess its a necessity for those who don't want their next generation to have an independent way of thinking as it becomes inconvenient for them.

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